teacher

 

wa-kaⁿ-ze (waką́ze)

teacher (RR-Quapaw)

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school, school house  
wa-kaⁿ-ze  ti  (waką́ze tti) Speaker - Maude Supernaw
teacher - house  
   
i-ka-zo-zo  da-te  (kazzo dat)  
book, paper, letter - read aloud, call or name something  
*Maude gives two translations, says wa-kaⁿ-ze ti (waką́ze tti) is best.

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • wa-kaⁿ-ze (waką́ze) - teacher (RR-Quapaw)
  • wa-goⁿ-ze (wagoⁿe) - minister, clergyman, educator, educate, teach, instruct (Omaha)
  • wa-goⁿ-ze (wagⁿze) - teacher, missionary (Omaha/Ponca)
  • wa-goⁿ-ze (wa-goⁿ-e) - an instructor, a preceptor, a teacher, a preacher, wa-ʰpoⁿ-ze (wa-p̣oⁿ-e) - I teach, wa-shkoⁿ-ze (wa-shkoⁿ-e) - you teach, oⁿ-woⁿ-goⁿ-za i (oⁿ-woⁿgoⁿ-a i) - we teach (FL-Osage)
  • wa-koⁿ-ze (wak̨ze) - teach, teacher, minister (CQ-Osage)
  • wa-go-ze (wagóze) - teach, teacher, wa-po-ze (wapóze) - I teach, wa-shpo-ze (washpóze) - you teach, wa-go-ze (wagóze) - he/she/it teach, aⁿ-wa-go-za-be (aⁿwágozabe) - we teach, wa-shpo-za-be (washpózabe) - you all teach, wa-go-za-be (wagózabe) - they teach (Kanza)

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  • ki-koⁿ-ze (kkǫze), ki-kaⁿ-ze (kkąze) - teach someone something, a-poⁿ-ze (ppǫze) - I teach someone something, da-shoⁿ-ze (dkǫze) - you teach someone something (RR-Quapaw)
  • ʰki-ʰkoⁿ-ze (ḳi-ḳoⁿ′-e) - the act of religious devotion (FL-Osage)
  • ʰki-ʰkoⁿ-ze (ʰkiʰk̨ze) - hold a Native American Church meeting, have or put on a peyote meeting, lit., teach oneself, teach each other, Native American Church, the religion also known as peyote religion, brought to the Osages by John Wilson, peyote meeting, Native American Church meeting, tha-ʰki-ʰkoⁿ-ze (aʰkʰk̨ze) - you have a peyote meeting (CQ-Osage)
  • ki-kaⁿ-ze tsi (kikⁿze ci) - church, house for teaching (Kanza)

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  • koⁿ-ze (k̨ze) - teach something to someone, show someone how to do something, thi-koⁿ-ze (ik̨ze) - you are taught something, wi-koⁿ-ze (wik̨ze) - I teach you (CQ-Osage)